Additionally, Ann Arbor has Tiny Lions Lounge and Adoption Center! The Humane Society of Huron Valley places adoptable cats and kittens in this setting, to allow potential furrever humans (or cat-loving visitors, like me!) to interact with them. There are sofas, chairs, cat beds and cat climbs everywhere, plus plenty of room for board games, computer work, or the occasional yoga class.
|Ren needed his beauty sleep|
|Rose was chillaxin'|
|Millicent likes to roughhouse|
|Gregorio, wondering where his snack is|
|Rachel discusses politics with a visitor|
In addition, visitation time is limited to a maximum of one hour, and once you've paid the entrance fee of $7.00, you are handed a beeper that goes off once time is up. Goes by much too fast, as you can imagine.
One more thing: The Humane Society of Huron Valley will NOT adopt out a cat to an adopter looking to declaw! It's written into their adoption contract. I did a happy dance when I heard this information. It's the only way that I roll, so it's wonderful to know there is a growing tide of anti-onychectomy folks out there.